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How many different colors are appropriate to use in a presentation?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
What colors are hard for color blind people to see together?
a) Red and Yellow b) Red and Green c) Purple and Yellow d) Yellow and Green
All these colors are not to be used in a presentation EXCEPT
a) Blue b) Yellow c) Red d) Orange
How many different transitions are appropriate to use for an entire presentation
a) 1 to 2 b) 3 to 5 c) 6 to 8 d) 4 to 12
According to the 6 by 6 rule which of the following is an acceptable phrase to use in a slide?
a) Frank was a singer. b) Frank Sinatra was a fantastic singer, and a member of the Rat Pack. c) Frank Sinatra was a great singer with blue eyes. d) Sinatra was a great singer that sang songs like "New York, New York"
When deciding on slide transitions, effects, and colors in a presentation it is always important to stay
a) irregular b) funny c) bright d) consistent
There should be no more than 6 words in a bullet and no more than 6 bullets on a slide is the definition for which rule
a) Color Rule b) 6X6 Rule c) Text Rule d) Animation Rule
What color should you use instead of bright red?
a) Orange b) Yellow c) Burgundy d) Gray
How many words does the 6X6 rule allow you to use on a slide?
a) 12 b) 66 c) 44 d) 36
It is always best to keep a presentation as _____________ as possible
a) outrageous b) simple c) crazy d) complicated
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